What May Cause Your Teeth to Become Numb?

A numb leg or hand is common to occur, but can teeth also go numb? If may sound odd, but the most visible part of our mouth, teeth, are alive, and when they get injured, they may become numb. It’s important to note tha...

January 15th, 2020

Pain-Free Dentistry- An Amazing Solution

If there’s anything a dental patient worries about, it is a pain that comes along with the treatment. Though patients know that having a root canal treatment is vital for good oral health, the fear of pain during and a...

December 30th, 2019

Got Your Braces Removed? It’s Time to Enjoy Bottom Retainers

Having your braces removed after wearing them for several years can be a happy moment for many. But is this happiness temporary? Even after the dentist removes your braces, you would need to wear retainers for a while. ...

December 15th, 2019

Have broken dentures? Tips for handling them with care

Gone are the days when people used to worry about their lost teeth. Now with dentures, people can maintain their fantastic looks and can even enjoy their favorite food. However, a person should handle dentures with care;...

November 30th, 2019

Are you worried about your See-through teeth?

Who doesn't want to have shiny bright teeth? But there might be some reasons due to which we might develop darker or even see-through teeth. These translucent teeth can be a result of poor enamel development, which may c...

November 15th, 2019

3 Possible Reasons Why You Have a Toothache

Having a toothache can obviously be a miserable experience. The throbbing pain can get so bad it interferes with your ability to concentrate on even the most basic tasks. Why does this happen? Well, there are a lot of po...

October 30th, 2019

What to Expect After a Root Canal

Thousands of root canals are performed every day in the United States. While a lot of people dread this procedure, advanced technology has made it almost painless. But you will have to be careful afterward to make sure y...

October 15th, 2019

Grinding Your Teeth? A Night Guard Can Help

One of the more common dental problems is known as bruxism, or grinding of teeth. Over time, bruxism can destroy teeth if it’s not properly treated. One method of treatment is to use a night guard when going to bed. If...

September 30th, 2019

How to Tell if Your Child Needs a Frenectomy

If your young child is having issues with his or her oral development, a frenectomy might help. Here are a few signs this minor procedure might be needed. The Basics A frenectomy is designed to correct problems aff...

September 20th, 2019

Why You Should Choose a Dentist Who Performs Panoramic X-Rays

A lot of people prefer to visit a dentist who has the latest technology in his or her office. They know that having advanced technology shows the dentist is committed to providing the most comfortable experience possible...

August 24th, 2019
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